Prehab improves cancer outcomes, and physio is key to service delivery
Providing people with cancer with a personalised prehabilitation programme improves outcomes, raises their quality of life and reduces the risk of the disease progressing.
Activity-promoting physio and Lanarkshire team triumph at Scottish Health Awards
Physiotherapists were among the clinicians whose achievements and contributions to healthcare the Scottish Health Awards 2018 celebrated, at a ceremony in Edinburgh on 1 November.
Musculoskeletal services in primary care in the Republic of Ireland: an insight into the perspective of physiotherapists
NHS frontline needs in-house physios working in multidisciplinary teams, says King’s Fund
Effective frontline NHS care needs good connections between teams of physiotherapists and other clinicians employed on a permanent basis, says a report by the King’s Fund.
CSP director heralds prevention and rehabilitation in primary care
Healthcare in the future must shift to primary care, multidisciplinary working, involve patients and exploit IT, according to the CSP director Natalie Beswetherick.
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